Click Analog Watch Design With A Cursor

Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.

Andy says: “I came up with this idea for a wrist watch design after understanding that we could use the cursor as a arrow in traditional analog watch. Here I use a traditional way of displaying the time through an analog wrist watch.This concept watch design would be ideal for people who like technology, it’s an easy, unusual design, with a traditional way of displaying the time; computer-style thing. It’s a new way of using cursors!”

How do you feel about Andy’s wrist watch design. If you have any feedback, leave it in the comments section below and if you’d like to see this concept become reality, vote below.


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11 Responses to “Click Analog Watch Design With A Cursor”

  1. avatar Valerijus16 says:

    Nice :)

  2. avatar Aphosno says:

    Wow that’s clever! Instant buy!

  3. avatar Firdaus says:

    This is something that supposed to be sold at thinkgeek! I’d afford to buy one ;-)

  4. avatar Cory says:

    Definitely a Thinkgeek/Gizmodo item. Brilliant Idea! The pointer could denote AM and the hand icon could denote PM. I like the case, its simplicity lends itself well to the overall design. Great concept!

  5. avatar Bruce says:

    Replace the Cursor with a simple dot (as per the minutes) and you’ve got me hooked…

    I understand where you are coming from, but less is definitely more in my mind – and I bet the cursor doesn’t look “right” when pointing to 4 or 6

  6. avatar AZ Product Design says:

    Neat design. You should post this on Yanko, too.


  7. avatar ALiKAA says:

    I would buy this!

    I think it would be cool if the watch had a soft glow when you pressed a button!

    Just a suggestion though…

  8. avatar Samukun says:

    Oh, add another version with an hour glass then you have a series. Nice geeky idea :D

  9. avatar Anders S says:

    hehehe, now this made me smile! =)
    I really like the simplicity and the understated geekiness of it… Great design!

  10. avatar Andy Kurovets says:

    Thanks, guys for your comments!

  11. avatar AcanthaceousShrike says:

    Pixel elements don’t look good on round things. It’s a nice idea. But not exciting.